Mail Theft Ring in Santa Barbara


The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a mail theft ring and is asking for public assistance to help locate the two female suspects believed responsible.  The Sheriff’s Office also wants to notify residents and hotel owners about these suspects in an attempt to notify potential victims and to prevent others from being victimized as well. On November 25, …

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Two Attempted Robberies Last Night in SLO


On December 3, at 5:40 PM, SLOPD Officers were dispatched to the report of a robbery which had just occurred in the 900 block of Chorro Street. The lone female victim called 911 to report she was walking on Chorro when an unknown Hispanic male, approximately 18 years old, ran past her and grabbed her purse. As the suspect fled …

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SLO City Council Decided to Postpone Action Regarding Vote to Overrule ALUC’s Findings


At the most recent SLO City Council meeting, it was decided to postpone any action regarding a vote to overrule of the Airport Land Use Commission’s (ALUC) findings to a special Council meeting on December 9. Newly elected council member Dan Rivoire cited his desire to hear from more community members before making a decision. An overrule of the ALUC findings is …

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Landslide at Nojoqui Falls County Park


At 11:41am yesterday, the Santa Barbara County Fire Department (SBC FD) responded to a land slide at Nojoqui Falls County Park, located at 2356 Alisal Road. SBCFD responded three engines, an Urban Search and Rescue Team, Air Support Unit helicopter, two crews and a battalion chief to the scene.  SBCFD was assisted by American Medical Response, Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s …

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Paso Robles Police Starts “Police and Community Together” Program


The Paso Robles Police Department rolled out a new community based program yesterday, announced by Chief Robert Burton. The new program, titled ‘Police and Community Together’ (PACT), was created to promote community, government and police partnerships, implement proactive problem solving, and enhance the Department’s engagement with our community. According to Chief Burton, “The goal for PACT is to maximize the …

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Police Conclude 5-Year Murder Investigation


Shortly after 3pm on December 2nd, Investigators with the Morro Bay Police Department concluded a 5-year long investigation with the arrest of 64 year old James Victor Lypps, a resident of Nipomo, CA, for the murder of his wife, Sherre Ann Neal-Lypps. Sherre Lypps, who was 62 at the time of her death in June of 2009, died under suspicious …

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Federal Regulators Must Reassess Earthquake Risks at Nuclear Power Plant


Federal regulators need to reassess earthquake risks at California’s last operating nuclear power plant and hold hearings to determine if it’s properly accounting for potential threats. That’s according to testimony to be submitted Wednesday in Washington, where a Senate committee has scheduled a hearing on nuclear safety after Japan’s Fukushima disaster. California’s Diablo Canyon plant is located near several earthquake …

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Grover Beach Holiday Parade on December 6th


The City of Grover Beach will be putting on the 2014 Holiday Parade to celebrate the season on Saturday December 6, 2014. We invite you to attend the parade and enjoy the festivities. During the event, the following streets will be closed on Saturday, December 6, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. until 12 p.m.: W. Grand Ave. – from Oak Park Blvd …

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Cyclist Identified After Being Killed By Motorist


In an accident near Paso Robles last Friday, the CHP has identified the cyclist who was killed as 62-year-old Lee Craig from Los Angeles. The man she was riding with was seriously injured and hospitalized. The driver who hit them was identified as 18-year-old Joseph Mondo from Paso Robles. He said he was distracted by trying to retrieve his cell …

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Woods Humane Society Invites Community to “Holiday Open House”


  Woods Humane Society invites the community to join us for our annual “Holiday Open House” on Saturday, December 6th from Noon-4pm.This year, they are hosting Pet Portraits with Santa, Half Off Holiday Homecoming Adopt-a-Thon, REAL SNOW, holiday treats and goodies from Pastry Chef Matthew Mimmack, A K9Training and Behavior Series, fun activities for the kids & dogs, and shelter …

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